Education

19 Jan
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Join an IndieCommerce Webinar to Learn About Creating Clean, High-Converting Websites

Booksellers can register now for Web Design 101: How to Create Clean, High-Converting Websites, which will take place on Wednesday, January 27.

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13 Jan

Wi16 Attendees: Send in Your Education Questions Now

While the chat function in event platform Hopin will be open during each session for additional interaction, this form will help Wi16 panelists focus session content by collecting some bookseller questions in advance.

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13 Jan
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ABA Introduces New Way for Booksellers to Suggest Education Topics, Speakers

ABA is inviting booksellers to offer suggestions year-round about education topics, panelists, and speakers via a new form.

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13 Jan
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Booksellers: Catch Up on ABA Coffee Breaks Now

A recording of the first New Member Coffee Break is available to view on BookWeb.org, along with recordings of many other weekly Coffee Break sessions.

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13 Jan
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Marketing Meetup Recap: Open Conversation

Booksellers discussed marketing strategies that worked in 2020, upcoming plans for the year, and Valentine’s Day marketing. 

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11 Jan
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First Webinar in New IndieCommerce Series to Look at Creating Clean, High-Converting Websites

Rescheduled to January 27, the IndieCommerce team will host an educational webinar for stores on IndieCommerce or IndieLite websites.

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11 Jan

Join the January 27 Virtual Education Session on Planning a Book Fair

A companion session to the January 13 event on building school partnerships will look at the basics for in-school, in-store, and online book fairs.

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11 Jan
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January 14 Technology Meetup to Feature Open Conversation

Booksellers are invited to partake in an open conversation about the results of the feedback survey, the technologies that improve their business operations on a daily basis, and what they might look into during 2021.

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05 Jan
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IndieCommerce Team to Launch Monthly Webinar Series

On the third Wednesday of each month, booksellers will have the opportunity to join a webinar to look at a particular feature of IndieCommerce or IndieLite sites. 

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05 Jan

Sign Up for Two Virtual Education Sessions on School Partnerships

A January 13 education session will look at building school partnerships, while the January 27 session will focus on planning book fairs. 

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05 Jan
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Join January Marketing and Technology Meetups

A Marketing Meetup will be held on Thursday, January 7, and a Technology Meetup will be held on Thursday, January 14. 

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21 Dec

Library Journal Offering Course on Cultivating an Antiracist Workplace

Sessions will focus on collection development, collection management, merchandising and displays, programming, outreach, and more.

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21 Dec

January Virtual Education Sessions to Cover School Partnerships

A January 13 education session will look at building school partnerships, while the January 27 session will focus on planning book fairs. 

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21 Dec
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Best Reports to Run When Creating an Annual Budget

ABA Chief Financial Officer and former owner of Towne Book Center & Cafe PK Sindwani offers booksellers a look at the best reports to run in order to inform their upcoming year’s budget.

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21 Dec
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Marketing and Technology Meetups Slated for January

The American Booksellers Association will once again host Marketing and Technology Meetups for member booksellers in 2021.

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